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Lovers Leap Vineyards


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Established in 1999, Lovers Leap Vineyards is nestled in the Panhandle of Western Nebraska amongst the exquisite Pine Ridge country near Crawford, Nebraska. The winery, which is located in historic downtown Crawford, houses the tasting room and production area. Visitors are encouraged to sample a wide variety of wines that will satisfy all tastes. There's also an opportunity to tour the production area where delicious wines are produced.


Lovers Leap Vineyards produces a wide variety of International Award Winning wines made from American cultivars and French Hybrid Grapes. Grown and produced here in Nebraska, fine table wines from dry reds to sweet whites and delicious dessert wines are offered. You will find many varieties growing in the vineyards with such names as Valiant, Ventura, Foch, DeChaunac, St. Croix and LaCrosse.


Lovers Leap Vineyards also produces several Nebraska fruit wines and the finest honey wine made from 100% pure clover honey produced right here in Dawes County, Nebraska.


Visitors can relax with a glass of their favorite Lovers Leap wine while admiring the artwork of local artists which is displayed throughout the tasting room.



Address: Downtown Crawford, 432 2nd Street
Phone: 308-665-2712
Fax: Fax: 308-665-1506
Our Email: info@loversleapvineyards.com
Our Website:www.loversleapvineyards.com/

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